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Great day for watching the Bush admin implode

Discussion in 'Legal' started by Malone LaVeigh, Feb 10, 2006.

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  1. Malone LaVeigh

    Malone LaVeigh Well-Known Member

    Scooter's singing, Brownie's complaining the WH abandoned him, an ex-CIA official has confirmed what anyone who isn't dead already knew about admin spin on Iraq, and the Reps can't even get their sound system to work right.

    Though that last one reminds me too much of:

    [nixon]... but that would be illegal![/nixon].

    Not a good day for Bush loyalists. (Bush torys? Let's call them Bories.)

    Yes, I'm feeling like my civil liberties might be getting some long-overdue CPR pretty soon. It's begining to feel a lot like the early 70s.

    Y'all have a great weekend. See you at the range.
  2. pittspilot

    pittspilot Well-Known Member

  3. ArmedBear

    ArmedBear Well-Known Member

    Here's the problem. The significant voices of the Democratic Party have no interest in resuscitating your civil liberties. They are authoritarians.

    Do the names Feinstein, Kennedy, Clinton or Kerry make you think "Yay, Freedom!"? If so, you must not read much.

    Speaking of reading, have you read about Reid and Abramoff? Same corruption, different letter by his name on CNN.

    The problem with Bush Derangement Syndrome is that it leads people to think only of their knee-jerk hatred for GW Bush, without giving any thought to the real alternative.

    News flash: the Libertarian Party has a snowflake's chance in hell of getting a single Congressman in office. The next party in power will either be the R's or D's. Be careful what you wish for.
  4. Kodiaz

    Kodiaz member

    Well I guess there will have to be another orange alert. And maybe rummy will throw more baby powder in the capitol mailroom.
  5. GoRon

    GoRon Well-Known Member

    Scandals in Democratic or Republican administrations don't have much influence on our civil liberties.
  6. scout26

    scout26 Well-Known Member

    Lock down in 5......4......3......2......1.......

    Mr LaVeigh, check behind you, I hear Mods footsteps........
  7. LAK

    LAK Well-Known Member

  8. CAnnoneer

    CAnnoneer Well-Known Member

    They are imploding because deep inside themselves, they are rotten beyond belief. Corruption, incompetence, and weakness do their damage regardless of what spin a Rove can put on them.

    "The truth... in the end, there it is." Winston Churchill

    I would be the first to throw a party watching them crash and burn, if I did not realize that We the People are to pay for their mismanagement.

    The only hope for this country is the breach of the Kane-Kodos system. Otherwise, eventually we will be expected to choose between a douchebag and a turd sandwich.
  9. ArmedBear

    ArmedBear Well-Known Member

    What administration, really, has been a good one in the last few decades?

    Nixon? LOL

    Ford? Golfed while Rome's butt burned with the sometimes-fatal Swine Flu shot.

    Carter? Nope.

    Reagan? Some highlights, and some lowlights (e.g. the Drug War).

    Bush 41? Got Iraq out of Kuwait, then left the real problems for the next people.

    Clinton? At least he was such a poll-watcher that he went for welfare reform, but other stuff was downright scary.

    W? Tax cuts. That was good. Then went RINO. Was better than Carter when handling Islamofascism. Better choice than Gore or Kerry; that's saying little.

    Reality: I care more about the country than which of these $%^&heads is in office. I take no particular joy in seeing someone go down, just to be replaced by someone worse.

    In 1930, the Germans were fed up with their incompetent government and the economic disaster that had befallen them. They started voting for the Nazis. By 1933, the German equivalent of "Anybody but Bush!" got them Hitler.

    You have to THINK here, not just feel some sense of "righteous anger." What's important is the country, not some guy in Washington. I wouldn't lend $5 to ANY of them. So what about the country?
  10. longeyes

    longeyes member

    Rack 'em!
  11. CentralTexas

    CentralTexas Well-Known Member

    Don't blame me I voted for BADNARIK! :evil:
  12. Sindawe

    Sindawe Well-Known Member

    Kane-Kodos? <Googling> AHHHH... THOSE guys.


    Well, if my choices are 'tween a feminine hygiene product & fecal sandwich, I may as well vote for Towelie. At least HE will leave my civil liberties alone.
    aka Towelie. As did I.
  13. Biker

    Biker Well-Known Member

    I can't help but think that another Bin Laden tape is about to show up. I no longer think that I'm paranoid.:cool:
  14. Rockstar

    Rockstar member

    Administration isn't going to implode. <Personal attack, albeit mild, removed by Art.>
  15. Phyphor

    Phyphor Well-Known Member

    Obviously, the Republicans don't either. Damned if ye do.....

    Yea, and the names Bush, Cheney, Rumsfeld, etc don't exactly inspire feelings of freedom either.

    ....I highly doubt the republicans here whom have voted for Bush and found out that he sucked are suffering from your version of BDS. Instead, I'd imagine they're feeling pretty betrayed at this point.
    Or did we forget things like the Patriot act, which he supported, the wiretapping, or even his promise to renew the AWB?

    So, basically, we should vote for the party that really *shouldn't* be screwing us, as opposed to the one we KNOW will screw us ahead of time, nevermind the one party that doesn't wanna screw us over. Gotcha.

    At the rate it's going, there's not gonna be much of a difference between the 2.
  16. Art Eatman

    Art Eatman Administrator Staff Member

    Visualize the Wendy's ad: "Where's the beef?"

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